We are pleased to offer two optional SCADA training courses in conjunction with the 2017 WWAC Symposium. One of them includes:
Mon-Tues, August 7-8, 2017 (2 day course)
IACS Cybersecurity Operations & Maintenance: Secure Your Control System (IC37)
Instructor: Bryan Singer, CISM, CISSP – bio
Credits: 1.4 CEUs /14 PDHs
Course Fee: $2,000 ISA Members, $2,500 List Price – Register
course contents (pdf) – Info
full course description (pdf) – Info
Symposium attendees will also receive an additional 2.0 CEUs (or 20 PDHs) from attending the symposium. If you also register for the symposium, course attendees will still able to attend the local plant tour on Aug 8, as the tour starts at 2.30pm.
Register to save your training course spot today. Seating is limited.
About the Instructor
Bryan Singer has over 15 years’ experience in information technology security including 7 years specializing in industrial automation and control systems security, critical infrastructure protection, and counter-terrorism. Mr. Singer’s background focuses on software development, network design, information security, and industrial security. Industry experience includes healthcare, telecommunications, water/wastewater, automotive, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, fossil and hydro power generation, and oil and gas industries. Mr. Singer has specialized in process intelligence and manufacturing disciplines such as historians, industrial networking, Power and Energy Management (PEMS), Manufacturing Enterprise Systems (MES), Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Condition Based Monitoring (CBM). He began his professional career with the US Army as an Intelligence Analyst. After the military, Mr. Singer worked in various critical infrastructure fields in software development and systems design, including security. Mr. Singer has worked for various companies such as EnteGreat, Rockwell Automation, FluidIQs, and Wurldtech before joining Kenexis Consulting and co-founding Kenexis Security in 2008. At Kenexis, Mr. Singer is responsible for development, deployment, and management of industrial network design and security services from both a safety and system architecture perspective. He is also the co-chairman of ISA-99 Security Standard, a former board member of the Department of Homeland Security’s Process Control Systems.
PDHs and CEUs